Your children deserve a safe and happy childhood

You want to give
it to them

The Foundation for Child Victims of the Family Courts helps protective parents navigate the family court system

~to defend yourself and your children against the system.

~to maintain your credibility and reputation.

~to be able to provide your children the safe and happy childhood they deserve.

“I never anticipated this nightmare of litigation”

You thought you would take steps to change an abusive situation.

You had no idea this would be your time of greatest danger.

You thought when you brought forward your child’s allegation of abuse, your child would be believed.

You had no idea you would be accused of coaching your child.

You brought forward clear evidence and testimony of the child’s abuse.

You had no idea you would be in danger of being charged with “parental alienation.”

You thought your child would be protected.

You had no idea there would be talk of “reunifying” your child with the abuser.

You had no idea that you would be suddenly accused of personality disorders and mental illness.

You had no idea. That you would suddenly be in danger. Of losing your child.

But it wasn’t your fault.

You did the right thing. You did what you’ve always been told was the way to protect your child.

You didn’t know the corruption of the family courts. Why should you? All along, you’ve been making the best decisions you can with the information you have. 

Really, what’s happened is that you’ve discovered the family court’s dirty little secret.

You've found that the family court system is broken

  • Accusations of “parental alienation” at the mention of abuse.
  • Beliefs that children should be “reunified” with abusers.
  • Judges, attorneys, and guardians ad litem who do not understand abuse and do not want to understand it.
  • A good-old-boy under-the-table system.
  • Lawyers and “best interest attorneys” who work the system instead of caring about their clients.
  • Predetermined outcomes according to who has the money.
  • Corrupt judges who answer to no one.

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“In the family court system, who can I trust to care for my children?”

The sad truth is, almost no one. In this broken and corrupt system, almost everyone in the system is part of the system. That’s why you’ve done everything right but STILL haven’t seen justice.

That’s why you need help from someone who knows the system. But works outside of it. As a protective parent, you still have to navigate this system, but you don’t have to do it alone.

At the Foundation for Child Victims of the Family Courts

You'll find that our top priority is helping our clients protect their children.

Like you, we want to protect the children and give them the safe and happy childhood they deserve.

But unlike you, we’ve been helping protective parents navigate the ins and outs of the corrupt and broken family court system for over a dozen years.

You can get the help you need to protect your children from an abusive court system. Here's how:

Whether or not you have your own attorney, we will confidentially

  • Analyze and protect evidence, legal documents, and testimony of your case.
  • Provide a clear definition of your case as to the law, policy, and causes of action.
  • Provide a family dynamic assessment.
  • Assess the roles and functioning of various court actors.
  • Provide support, oversight, consultation, and interventions.

We help you clarify and define the narrative.

No matter where you live in the 50 United States, we will
  • Evaluate any current legal strategy.
  • Assist in the preparation of legal testimony.
  • Confront issues of income disparity and unequal access to the courts.
  • Prepare witness affidavits and reports to the correct authorities.
  • Provide expert witness testimony that will be most beneficial for your case.
  • Evaluate the experts already on the case.

We help you navigate the process and protect yourself and your children through it.

Because we have no need to maintain business relationships in any particular family court and are beholden to no judge, we will
  • Call for the removal of experts that speak contrary to facts.
  • Identify alleged crimes committed by dependency, juvenile, and family court judges, lawyers, experts, and evaluators.
  • File criminal charges and protective orders when necessary.
  • Confront through litigation.
  • Hold perpetrators of crimes accountable.

We fearlessly expose and litigate against corrupt members of the family court system.

You can get the help you need in 3 simple steps


You’ll place a call or send an email to set up a no-charge initial consultation.

You’ll describe your situation with the family courts.


You’ll engage us as your advocates. You’ll receive the guidance you need for a flat fee.

You’ll see how to move forward in the best interest of your children.


You’ll navigate the family court system with confidence.

You’ll know that a knowledgeable guide who cares about you and your children is helping you along the way.

“I have questions” (We have answers)

When you’re navigating the bewildering, broken, and corrupt family court system for the sake of your children, you need a guide who’s been there and knows what it’s like.

You need someone who understands how the game is played but is willing to reject the all-purpose one-size-fits-all solutions. You need someone who knows how to find the better path.

You need someone who thinks outside the box of “this is the way we always do things here.”

You need someone who is not in it for the money, but is in it for you and your children.

The FCVFC keeps an environment of open communication, honesty, integrity, and trust. We ask that you do that same.

The FCVFC continues to look for new and innovative ways to deal with the challenges of the corrupt and broken family court system. We ask that you bring with you a willingness to sustain hope and energy during this challenging process.

The initial phone consultation is free of charge.

Engaging FCVFC involves an initial evaluation fee to conduct the thorough assessment that we agree on in our initial discussion and consultation.

Our fees are minimal, generally not charged on an hourly basis (flat fee for a service), and are often able to be worked out in mutual agreement with our clients.

“Who's behind this nonprofit?”


Founder and Executive Director

By the age of twelve, Jill Jones Soderman was working as a nurse’s aide at Memorial Hospital of Queens (NY), emptying bed pans, changing beds, and comforting young children who suffered from terrible diseases or were undergoing terrible treatments. Read more . . .

Our Promise to You

When you act in good faith and in compliance with the terms of our mutual agreement, we will sustain the work until we accomplish the agreed-upon mission.

You reported your child’s abuse because you loved and wanted to protect your child. 

You’re fighting in family court because you love and want to protect your child.

You’ve been doing the right thing. 

You want to keep doing the right thing.  

For one flat fee

You can have a nonprofit advocate who understands the family court system but is beholden to no one in that system. 

You can know that a fearless advocate is willing to litigate against the very court system that is performing corrupt activities.

You can reach us at all hours of the day and night.

Your one goal is to protect your children. That’s our goal too. It’s within reach.

The Foundation for Child Victims of the Family Courts

A 501(c)(3) NONPROFIT


10001 Avenue of the Americas, 11th floor

New York, New York 10018

2040B South Church St. Ext.

Spartanburg, SC 29306

FCVFC phone lines are open 24 hours a day to provide support and information on a confidential basis, without charge or obligation. 


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